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CECL for the consumer industry
Current expected credit loss accounting standard insights
CECL implications for the consumer industry
The Consumer Speaks podcast series returns with episode II. Rich Paul, Deloitte’s Audit & Assurance Consumer industry leader, hosts a thoughtful discussion about the current expected credit loss (CECL) accounting standard and considerations for companies in the consumer industry. Joining Rich are Jon Howard, Deloitte Audit & Assurance partner in the National Office financial instruments accounting and reporting services group, and Troy Vollertsen, Deloitte’s Audit & Assurance Banking & Capital Markets sector leader. Listen in as they discuss why the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) created CECL, how companies should prepare to adopt and implement the standard, and more.
It does require discussions with credit groups and budgeting groups that have more insight into expectations of what's going to happen in the future or that are making the decisions about maybe new customer bases or new products that you're doing.
- Jon Howard
CECL standard implementation for the consumer industry
Companies in the consumer industry may feel the impact of new requirements under the current expected credit loss (CECL) standard if they hold significant financial assets. We address the potential challenges and provide a methodical approach to help prepare consumer industry executives to meet the upcoming deadline.
US Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) implementation guidance
For some industries, the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s new CECL accounting standard is one of the more challenging accounting change projects in more than a decade. Deloitte can help you get ready.
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